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the situation, the metropolitan transit authority and the authority of new york and new jersey, the transportation authorities that run the bridges, have instituted a series of residential discount programs for stat ion landers that reduce the amount islanders pay for these bridges, sometimes reducing the cost by almost 50%. many of these discounts have been in place for a decade or more. but even with the discounts, staten islanders pay almost $500 million -- $500 million in tolls, every year. making it more than 7% of all tolls paid nationwide, even though staten island represents less than .16% or 1/600th of u.s. population. these situations take into account the tolls with the residential discouldn'ts -- discounts in effect. but my district is not unique. many other states and localities grant discounts to captive toll players, including the massachusetts turnpike, the sumner and ted williams tunnels in boston, the marine parkway and cross vets parkway in queens, the bridge in the hudson valley of new york, the delaware bay bridge, the rhode island turnpike and the new port
panel and a communications system on utility poles and street lights throughout the state of new jersey. this program is expected to produce 40 megawatts of energy when it is completed in 2012. and something in florida is looking at a similar program, testing the similar solis system produced by a company in new jersey, and it just got with the that there are representatives here that might be able that answer some of your questions if you have a. a little bit of background about these units. do we have the image up? that is what it looks like. pretty self-explanatory. from my research, i found that the cost is about $6.44 for each what produced -- watt produced. in terms of financing, they plan on adding 10 cents to each customer's bill that will maybe go up to 35 cents by 2013. also, the program is financed by bonds and equities by companies selling energy in the wholesale market. some of the benefits that we might actually take for clean power staff obviously the simplicity in speed of it. it doesn't require acquiring land or dealing with regulations of putting the solar on people's
and new jersey governor chris christie. >> if you want to put on a show and giggle every time i talk, i have no interest in answering your question. >> in the end, some teachers came to the governor's defense. we'll tell you why. >> i love that guy! a reporter on the offensive taking on the players andje coaches of the new york jets. what does she have to do with it? that story straight ahead. >> she's covering a soccer game. the challenge jobs. don't tell me about a do a day care full of kids, house chickens. call a day's work. call 1-800-steem [ female annncoper ] food myth #9. [ woman ] chopping and peeling can be kinda relaxing at the end of the day. [ female announcer ] relaxing for who? try new market creations from lean cuisine. the new steam pouch locks in the fresh taste of crisp veggies, tender chicken, and al dente pasta, new market creations from lean cuisine. ♪ proud to be homegrown ♪ can you hear it? ♪ fuelin' the american spirit ♪ no matter when, no matter where ♪ ♪ marathon will take you there ♪ >> welcome back. town hall meeting held by new jersey gover
neelt -- >>neil: today it is all about chris, the republican governor of new jersey, no stranger to crashing parties or busting heads and today, in new jersey, taking on unions. that is what he is doing to bring in public pensions. it and is big. really big. and today, there is a lot of grumbling in the garden state. the man at the center of it all, chris christie, later this hour. but, before the governor, the love, and the big g.o.p. blitz after the flop. welcome, everyone, i am neil cavuto and this is "your world." and now gop claims nice with the tea party. they were fuming and now they are glomming. and the head of the committee says we stand by all, republican nominees, including christine o'donnell in delaware. some of the same group said it wouldn't want o'donnell's campaign and today, senate minority leader says it is time to unite the party. republican indiana congressman pence agrees, but, congressman, mixed signals coming from your party offer the last 24 hours. what gives. >>guest: well, it is the end of primary season. as they say in nascar, rubbing is racing but gr
. thanks. >> thanks. >>> mark zuckerberg has a lot more friends in new jersey today. he has agreed to donate $100 million to the city's school district. according to forbes, 26-year-old zuckerberg is worth more than $7 billion, that's $1 billion more than steve jobs. he spends more per student than any other district in new jersey including the rich districts but half of them graduate. adrian, let me begin with you. if you're looking at a district that spends more than any other district and is getting so little in terms of results, what do they expect to accomplish in terms of money. >> they're doing it very differently. the governor in new jersey has a radical plan for performing the school district. and this money, while it hasn't been said exactly how it's going to be used, we can assume because the governor's involved and mayor booker is involved who's also -- the two of them are very big supporters of school choice, of charter schools, of merit pay, that this is going to be what the unions in new jersey have been fighting since the governor took office and we're going to see
tonight. >>> new jersey governor chris christie cares about really two things, money and power. he sathinks the key to educatio is cutting teacherer's pensions and doing away with job security. the guy is an anti-union dude, antiworker and he's trying to raise his political profile on the backs of workers, my commentary on new jersey's teacher of the year is also going to be here to sound-off on all of that. >>> newt gingrich's trying to fire up the tea party nut jobs by calling president obama a threat to our basic way of life. and then he's preaching about values? his cry for attention really at this point is pretty sad, isn't it? >>> and after talking about mice with human brains and monkey evolution i was wondering where christine o'donnell actually went to school. it turns out she doesn't even know. some big-time lies uncovered on her academic resume. >>> this story has me fired off tonight. i want to call time-out off the top. i'm going to be accused by conservatives of being angry. i think that there are some angry parents in the state of new jersey and there's going to be a
. plus, chris christie's pension fight. the unions are howling after new jersey's governor unveils his plans to save a system that is only 46 billion dollars in the red. welcome to the journal, editorial report, i'm paul gigot. tea party candidate christine o'donnell's stunning victory tuesday over long time republican congressman mike castle has many on the left celebrating. and crowing about a republican civil war. well, democrats may keep that senate seat as a result, but is the wave of voter anger that swept castle out now headed right toward them? join the panel this week, wall street journal columnist dan henning, kim strassel and steve moore. so, kim, i got an e-mail from john kerry one of the mass democratic e-mails basically almost doing cartwheels on my computer screen, celebrating the result in delaware. should they be that happy? >> i don't think they should because this was the last primary and right now, all the republicans that might get swept out or been swept out and the only people left to be swept out are democrats this fall. and a lot of the things that were driving
on upper income z unions are howling after new jersey's governor unveils his plan to save a system that is holding $46 million in the red. welcome to the "journal editorial report". tea party candidate christine o'donnell's stunning victory tuesday over long-time republican congressman mike castle has many on the left celebrating and crowing about a republican civil war. democrats may keep that senate seat as a result. but is the wave of voter anger that swept castle out now headed towards them? joining the panel this week, "wall street journal" columnist dan henninger, kim strosel and senior economics writer, steve moore. i got an e mail from john kerry, a mass democratic e mail doing cart wheels on my computer screen celebrating this result in dell. should they be that happy? >> i don't think they should. this was the last primary. right now all republicans that might get swept out have been swept out. the only people left to be swept out are democrats this, fall. in a lot of the thing that's we're driving the anger in delaware that led to mike castle's loss there had to do with
in state aid. >> susie: we look at how two new jersey towns are handling big cutbacks as we continue our series, bluj blew blues, you're watching fightly business report for thursday, september 9th. this is "nightly business report" with susie gharib and tom hudson. "nightly business report" is made possible by: this program is made possible by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. captioning sponsored by wpbt >> tom: good evening and thanks for joining us. one word describes the mood of american businesses these days-- "uncertainty." susie, many companies are flush with cash, but they're not spending it or using it to hire workers because they're uncertain about the outlook on a host of important issues. >> susie: whether it's taxes, tom, new regulations, or health care reform, executives are not sure how these policies will impact their businesses. many economists say that uncertainty is a significant obstacle to economic recovery. >> tom: lawmakers return next week to washington, and republicans are expected to reopen debate on parts of healthcare reform.
along with the dea in new jersey as undercover agents hit the streets in search of heroin. it didn't take long. >> the surveillance team is all set up. the undercover team will drive up, park his vehicle, walk up to the location. the seller will say, hey, what are you looking for? tell him what he's looking for. he'll make the buy. we'll jump out and make the arrest. >> hey, joe, is this the kid with the black jacket on with the red stripe and the black hat. >> stand by. >> how much you want, 70. >> a bundle. >> let's go down to the corner. >> why don't you come here. >> i'll be back. all right? >> i always think of this, you know, going on at night. here it is broad daylight. >> some locations actually run 24 hours. >> a lot of them are teetering. they know at some point they could get caught. so they're just waiting for it to happen and hoping it doesn't. all right, guys. they saw the camera. they saw a camera again. he's coming back towards me. >> okay. his man is circling the block. be back in a minute. >> we're good. >> all right bro. >> we're good. >> now what happened? >> un
.a.a. law and i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from new jersey yields back. the gentleman from kentucky is recognized. mr. whitfield: i would like to reiterate what the gentleman has said, early detection can make the difference in the world and this legislation goes a long way in providing assistance in finding early detection. and i urge members to support this legislation. and i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from he kentucky yields back. the gentleman from new jersey is recognized. mr. pallone: i would also yield back and urge that the bill pass. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from new jersey yields back the balance of his time. the question is will the house suspend the plules and pass h.r. 5746 as amended. those in favor say aye. those opposed, no. in the opinion of the chair, 2/3 being in the affirmative, the rules are suspended and the bill is passed. the gentleman from georgia. >> i ask for the yeas and nays. the speaker pro tempore: the yeas and nays are requested. those in favor of taking this vot
is insighting rage and lots of it in new jersey. talk about a tea party. all, but bagging the pension system and suspending their future cost of living adjustments, raising their retirement age and demanding they all kick in more to their pensions and their health care benefits promptly. no love for the gov from union leaders who argue christy is not tinkering with them. he's almost renaming them and now it's war in the garden is it state. and the new jersey governor himself tells me the fight is going to spread across the countries. >> if we had not taken direct steps, we would not meet payroll. new jersey is in a desperate situation and we are a preview for what the rest of the country is about to handle. >> neil: get ready, this is going to get ugly. charles payne and gerry, what do you think. >> the nightmare not just new jersey, but the country. unfunded for pensions. people say one trillion. it's three times that, 3 trillion or 22% of gdp. why? because states overestimate how much money they're going to get from the stock market. california thought they would get returns of 7.5%, they
in for late term abortions. it happened in elkton. the doctor began an abortion procedure in new jersey on a woman who was 33 weeks into her pregnancy, he instructed her to drive to elkton. the fetus was removed. the fetus had down syndrome and otherwise viable. and the prosecutors want the license revoked of the man. >> a soldier from maryland was killed in a helicopter crash. the 29-year-old was one of nine personal who died in the crash tuesday. he was a former navy seal. >>> the president used his second address to ask the world to back the mideast peace process. as we report from wjz-13, he also took a shot at iran. >> reporter: president obama is requesting world leaders get behind the middle east peace process. >> this time, it will be different. we won't let terror or politics stand in the way. >> reporter: as the u.s. leads fragile negotiations for two states living side by side in peace, the international community must do its part. >> many are friends of the palestinians. these pledges must be supported by deeds. >> reporter: president obama called on arab states to step up a
, it's the same weather we're having in new jersey. that's for the ravens and the jets. perfect football wealth.. 74 degrees at 7:00 here on wjz- 13. our pregame show starts at 6:30 here on the 13. go ravens! back inside. >>> as he mentioned, the ravens are playing the jets in new jersey and in front of a national television audience. here's mark viviano with more on the memorable raven's season. >> reporter: the ravens begin the 2010 season in new jersey tonight embarking on a long road that many believe will eventually take them to the super bowl in dallas. if they're successful in the quest, it won't be a cinderella story or a prize -- surprise, this year's team is touted leaguewide as a championship favorite and the reason is the high octane offense. they have new receivers. in addition to old reliable mason and running back rice. with flacco at the helm, they have the potential to pile up the points. they've won here and they have great defense, and they haven't won, well, they won one super bowl and we're trying to win multiple and you need a good team in order to do that.
benefitting from the gift is newark, new jersey, about 10 miles from new york city. the school system's benefactor is facebook billionaire mark zuckerburg, and today he joined top city and city officials to launch the big new push. jay dow has details. >> reporter: 26-year-old facebook founder mark zuckerberg, worgt $6.9 billion, is opening up his sizable checkbook for students in newark, new jersey's, troubled school system. >> i think it will be a symbol that can be replicated across the whole country. i think these are the guys to get it done. >> mayor booker and governor christie accepted zuckerburg's gift on friday's" oprah winfrey show." >> $100 million. >> reporter: and appeared together again today in newark. behind the buzz, the grant stands to put newark on the path to real change and calls for the city to take a bigger role in running its floundering school system, which the state took over back in 1995. despite a yearly state-funded budget of more than $900 million for 40,000 students, newark has a staggering 46% dropout rate. >> how do you ward off the perception that thi
. donald trump proposed a bill -- by the property to quash the controversy. the robinson says a new jersey nonprofit organization announced in baltimore today that they want to buy the side. lisa joins us live with the latest. >> the nonprofit and the ceo says they want to turn the building in the question into a therapy center. >> this has nothing to do with the moslem, christian, race, and religion. >> that is what he said over and over. he is a professional drummer who founded the organization to bring drum therapy to people who have disabilities. >> we go into schools, community centers, and hospitals all around the nation. we work with students who have autism, dyslexia, adhd. he says he is ready to buy this for $12 million with the help of donald trump. he will raise the money himself if he needs to. >> we also propose to raise an additional $6 million to donald trump's additional ofor the imam. obviously they were not interested in mr. trump's offer. i would be more than happy to help raise an additional $6 million. >> he says he has big plans for the ground zero property. >> we pro
. the heavier thunderstorms pushed into new jersey and a few thunderstorms are possible in the eastern shore. we have a few lingering showers along the edge of the bay and cecil county. and the thing is, as we head into the afternoon, there's a chance for a thunderstorm and not much rain. and we'll take it back here, this is what we've been dealing with and we'll have the rain continue heavy at times and we have a tornado on the eastern shore. we have advisories running a foot above average because of all of the rain and the wind. the other thing the wind is doing is keeping the warm air in place and the muggy air. it's muggy outside and then temperaturewise, we're in the 70s and that could lead to a shower and thunderstorm this afternoon. most of that storm system has moved out. however, here's another one we need to talk about. down here, in the caribbean, you can barely see it. here's the storm and the center is pushing to the north and taking the rain with it. down to the south, we have tropical depression number 16. and this is going to make its way north eastward. it's going towards the ea
the man as the missing man from washington, d.c. >>> time now is 6:51. authorities in new jersey are seeking to suspend or revolt the medical license of a doctor accused of referring patients to maryland to complete late term abortions. doctor steven has already been sited for practicing medicine without a license in maryland. the new jersey attorney's general office is now their office filed a complaint of accusing him. new jersey authorities accuse the doctor of initiating abortions for three patients in new jersey and leaving hem to maryland where the procedures were concluded. >>> marylanders are taking advantage of early voting, but today is the last day for you to do it. if you plan on doing it, kick it off. 36 early voting sites spread across the state. the maryland primary is set for next tuesday, september 14. >>> baltimore county police are taking aim at the dangers associated with those green laser pointers. pilots here in the baltimore area had become the target of those lasers. they say that it's incredibly dangerous because they create a blinding effect, which is ob
system in newark, new jersey. by the way, the teachers there are the highest paid in the state of new jersey. the results there are awful, unacceptable in any society. and here's another example of private money at least trying to fix public schools. rehema ellis is at newark city hall tonight. >> reporter: good evening, brian. deep rooted problems need dramatic solutions. that usually requires lots of money, which the city is about to get. newark, it's the largest city in new jersey, with the biggest school problems. now getting help from a big name. 26-year-old billionaire mark zuckerberg, founder and ceo of facebook, is expected to give $100 million to newark schools. cory booker and the republican governor chris christie will join forces on the oprah winfrey show for the announcement tomorrow. education experts welcome the bipartisan effort. >> i think it's a great opportunity. first to launch a real dialogue in the city of newark about what's best for our kids and how to give everyone an excellent education. and second, because we need money to drive resources to the programs tha
with it moved inland. washington, dc got socked. western new york state, western sections of new jersey, pennsylvania all getting slammed but it looks like the dire predictions for new york city and boston are not going to come true as the storm moved with most of the moisture to the west. but, still, a lot of rain is coming down across many areas right now. the trawght is, we are not entirely sure everyone is out of the woods. 2" to 3" in new york city. boston, something near that. and now the federal reserve chairman has just said the u.s. economic activity remains "disappointingly slow." and unemployment is "too high," and the fed has a role in returning to economic health. "we have in the mere and medium term difficult challenges." he told this to a group of teachers at a meeting. "first and for most although the economy is stabilized clearly it is very difficult and a very difficult time for many americans." that is a widely nope truth. "the unemployment rate is almost 10 percent, inflation is quite low and the federal reserve has the responsibility, we are not the only policymaker
a threat to mainland usa. >>> meanwhile, one of the things that poses a threat to the state of new jersey, according to governor chris christie, the teachers union. and, in fact, he had a town hall meeting in new jersey just a couple of days ago where he takes a lot of questions. one of the people in the audience was a teacher who really let him have it. it appeared until he really let the union have it. watch. >> this administration has done nothing but lambaste us and tell us what horrible schools we have. i feel like you have alienated so many people with your rhetoric about how we are bilking this state of all this money when i'm a taxpayer and because of the budget cuts that you have implemented, i am going to have is a hard time paying my bills this year. >> well, a few things. first of all, i have not lambasted the public school system in the state of new jersey. what i have lambasted -- listen. let's start with this. i sat here, stood here and respectfully listened to you. if what you want to do is put on a show and giggle every time i talk, well, then, i have no interest in answe
was supposed to leave from amsterdam to new jersey. international flight, pilot is drunk. now we're learning this guy pwo have been fine to fly if he had been taking off from new jersey for amsterdam. why is that? trace gallagher is live in our west coast newsroom. trace. >> reporter: can you imagine, megyn being the pilot of this 767, you're in amsterdam, you're taxing toward the runway, you look in your rear view mirror and the cops are pulling you over? that's what happened. the cops got an anonymous message that this guy was drinking, they pulled him over. the pilot has not been identified. he was flying a 767 like the one you see here. this is not the exact one. the pilot is 52 years old from woodbury, new jersey that's all we know. 196 passengers on board. the dutch pilot, or dutch police actually pulled the pilot off the plane and gave him a breathalyzer test as he was about to fly from amsterdam to new jersey and they released a statement saying, and i'm quoting here. he appeared to have consumed too many alcoholic beverages. the word they used was beshonken, that's dutch for he was
. >>> but this is the story that has me fired up tonight. republican governor of new jersey, chris christie -- i mean this guy is nothing but a big bully. he's thrown his weight around again, this time in california. christie was out stumping for billionaire gubernatorial candidate meg whitman in hollywood when he talked down a man in the audience, who was just trying to get whitman to answer a question. here it is. >> hey, hey, listen. hey, listen, you know what, you want to yell, yell at me. but don't give her a hard time. we're here -- we're here talking about the future of the state of california and the future of our country and you know what -- >> the truth. >> and you know what, let me tell you -- let me tell you this. you know, what it's people who raise their voices and yell and scream like you that are dividing this country. we're here to bring this country together, not to divide it. >> what did he say about raising voices? christie loves to claim the moral high ground at town hall meetings, he got a habit of that. take a look at how he treated a schoolteacher in his own state earlier this month. >
. in fact, it quickly went viral and became an internet sensation. and the new jersey governor is changing the rules of governing. period. this is not the number we talked about. [ talking ] [ slap! ] -[ slap! slap! slap! slap! ] -ow, ow! [ male announcer ] your favorite foods fighting you? fight back fast with tums. calcium rich tums goes to work in seconds. nothing works faster. ♪ tum ta tum tum tums . ♪ hey, did you ever finish last month's invoices? sadly, no. oh. but i did pick up your dry cleaning and had your shoes shined. well, i made you a reservation at the sushi plce around the corner. well, in that case, i better get bk to these invoices... whh i'll do right after making your favorite pancakes. you know what? i'm going to tidy up your side of the office. i can't hear you because i'm also making you a smoothie. [ male announcer ] marriott hotels & resorts knows it's better for xerox to automate their global invoice process so they can focus on serving their customers. with xerox, you're ready for real business. >> >>neil: labor day and labor unions are kicking it in high gea
to move northward, maryland, delaware, sunday new jersey. up and down the earn seaboard our system will be a two-day event and don't count on a lot of sunshine. the rest of the country looks pretty nice. temperatures are chilly this morning in chicago up through the northern plains. here's your forecast today. a beautiful fall crisp day from st. louis to kansas city. look at dallas, warm at 76. denver. a lot of rain, even some thorns and alorm with it possible airm airport delays. that's a look at your monday forecast. in washington, d.c. some rain this morning and that will continue through the day. as the warm front kicks north ward we may throw in a thunderstorm or two. areas in the south, same for you in atlanta. as i mentioned there's some gorgeous weather in the country from dallas to denver. we'll take a look at that tuesday forecast. and for the east coast, veron a veronica, it doesn't get a lot better. >> don't forget your umbrella. >>> so how is wall street going to do this week? your earlile morning business headlines are straight ahead. plus how did wall street do at t
sandusky, is live in new jersey with a preview. >> stan, good evening. all but ravens fans, those who have come up to the meadowlands are pumped up for the start of the new season. he can make the case that the start of every season has people talking when you see guys like flacco on the field. the hopes lie ahead of them. this makes this a unique natural. ravens players know is what they do on the field tonight and not with the talk about in the weeks leading up to this game that makes the difference. one year ago, rice gave up the second highest yards in the nfl. the ravens have the overall best defense in the nfl. coaches alike and players know this will not a game that will be settled by talking. this will be settled by hitting. >> i think there is a balance, you know? it can be tough to run the ball against them and it will be tough against us. we have to pick and choose our spots went to run the ball. i am sure co-chairman and the offense of staff will be smart about that. this game will be a game of execution, you know? we both played a physical game. we both the physical game of fo
. for what purpose does the gentleman from new jersey seek recognition? >> mr. speaker, i move that the house suspend the rules and pass the bill h.r. 5458 as amended. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: h.r. 5458, a bill to amend the truth and lending act of 1965 to require additional disclosures and protections for students and co-signers with respect to student loans and for other purposes. pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from new jersey, mr. adler, and the gentleman from alabama, mr. bachus, will each control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from new jersey. mr. aderholt: i ask unanimous consent that all members have five legislative daze to. mr. adler: i rise to support the passage of h.r. 5458. i received thousands of pieces of mail each week when a letter came across my desk, i knew i had to act. his brother was a young man attending rutgers university when he suffered a traumatic brain injury after a fall. christopher was in a vegetative state for two years before his passing in 2006. for the bryski family, the suffering w
. the waves from hurricane earl are crashing into new jersey beaches but that's not keeping some brave swimmers off long beach. while they are swimming in new jersey some in massachusetts are sandbagging. inmates from the plymouth county correctional facility were out early shoveling and stacking sandbags. you can see the forecast online on abc2news.com. click on the hurricane center right under the weather tab. >>> state police are investigating a hartford county motorcycle crash that claimed the life of a 13 year-old girl. the teen was a passenger when the driver lost control and slid into the back a van. police are continuing to investigate. there's no word yet on what caused the driver to lose control. >>> an anne arundel county middle school student brought a knife to school but was apprehended by other students. he told other students he intended to youth it. it all stemmed from a fight in the neighborhood early in the week. educators credit the quick thinking of students who help prevent a dangerous situation as teachers were quickly able to recover the knife and the student in
will get what you see in new jersey. more states follow new jersey and enact a budget woes spending level is below what it was five years ago. they need a good 10-cent cigar. >> last word from steve forbes. thank you, everybody. when we come back, the tea party is helping bring a new fairer tax plan to america. we're not talking about the bush tax cuts. find out what it is on "cashin' in." but first -- >> another wild eyed leftist radicalist. >> anti-business charges against the president mount, one of his top economic guys is rushing to his defense. is former fed chief paul volcker right or wrong? hear our fox business exclusive and you decide. ♪ [ male announcer ] every siness day, bank of america lends billions of dollars, to individuals, institutions, schools, organizations and businesses. ♪ working to set opportunity in motion. bank of america. i've been looking at the numbers, and i think our campus is spending too much money on printing. i'd like to put you in charge of cutting costs. calm down. i know that it is not your job. what i'm saying... excuse me? alright, fine. no, yo
ahora desde las costas de new jersey, ionoo univmilesn tciero univisi island en nueva york será el área más golpeada.ero univisions (hablan en inglés) >>> aunque no hay planes de evacuación por ahora, pero elio ish@utivo del condado dice que eso puede cambiar en las próximas horas. fire ailin una área que tiene acceso solamente con un ferry también potoma precauciones, la cruza roja activó su programa. >>> tenemos rayos a pila iba y batería, y agua y suficiente comida >>> otros vinieron con la familia completa para disfrutar de un día de sol. >>> Íbamos a venir el domingo y el lunes, pero como estaba el huracán que va a venir el huracán earl no podemos venir porque el mar puede salirse. >>> precisamente por eso y por las olas y los vientos fuertes, que familias como las de leonor Águila tuvieron que mantenerse muy cerca de los salvavida s >>> estamos con ellos, en todo momento >>> precaución y mantenerse informado antes que nada. las mayores precauciones para las playas de new jersey y de long island son los fuertes vientos y las inundaciones. resulta claro que según las
reform, and oprah thinks it will be the right person for new jersey's troubled school system. they appeared on oprah's showed today to talk about school reform, one of the lowest performing school districts in the country. >> you said that both of you were going to choose a superintendent. have you talked to michelle? >> she has not reacted to the comments. the chancellor appeared earlier this week, by the way. a spokesperson could not confirm all if she had any plans to contact leaders in new jersey. following some breaking news out of los angeles as lindsay lohan could be freed if he posts $300,000 bail. a different judge ordered her to jail for failing a court-ordered drug test. that violated her probation from an old drunk driving case. her family members acknowledged that she needs help. >> she hasn't got help for her addiction yet. she doesn't make the right decisions. she doesn't know better. >> she will have a number of restrictions like wearing alcohol monitoring bracelet and have to stay out of places where alcohol is served. she is due back in court to determine if
city and up the coast to new jersey orleans will -- where winds will likely gust up to 50 or 60 miles an hour. a coastal flood watch, because as the storm goes by, our tides will run 1-3 feet above normal. we will have a closer look at the track and the extended forecast coming up in just a few minutes. >> team coverage of hurricane earl continues from ocean city where lowell melser or is live with more on what they are doing to brace themselves. >> we are enjoying a beautiful evening here in ocean city as the sun sets, the sea breeze giving us some ice conditions out here. really comfortable low humidity, and folks are able to enjoy themselves -- nice conditions out here. we have the mayor of ocean city joining us. we talked last hour and there were some things you wanted to point out. a lot of people are wondering, should i come down, and when? you are telling folks definitely come down, but may be planted out a little bit crude >> just common sense. it looks like the storm will arrive sometime friday morning and pushed through here friday afternoon. is moving pretty quickly and sho
. the tornado watch in effect right now is just eight watch. it is in effect over pennsylvania, new jersey, and parts of new york. tornado warnings were issued for the eastern shore between 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. that purple is radar indicating a possible tornado. in places like cecil county, the storm is heavier, but no major damage has been reported yet. for the western side of the bay there is a watch in effect until 5:00 p.m. the storm will be clearing out as the afternoon progresses. right now, it is pretty mild out there and very humid, 79 degrees downtown. i have more in your 7 day forecast coming up. >> keep in mind that our interactive raider can help you keep aware of the weather. you can check storms and forecasts that -- at wbaltv.com. homicide detectives are investigating the death. they were called to the scene at 11:30 p.m. last night where they found a man's body in front of a house. his identity has not yet been released. we now know when the trial of a couple accused of the stabbing murder of a johns hopkins researcher will begin. prosecutors say the couple killed the 2
live and at large in princeton, new jersey, i'm geraldo rivera. in that grand building behind me is the official residence of governor chris christy who among other battles this election season has thrust himself squarely into the center of the nation's raging debate of what ails public education and how to fix it. two big developments this week brought this long simmering issue to full boil. one was the relief that waiting for superman, a really powerful documentary which rips apart the current sad system in a gut rinking expo say of how vested interests are styling innovation and improvement in our public education. the second catalyst, the second big development was the governor's joint appearance friday on oprah with facebook billionaire founder mark zuckerberg who used the occasion to announce an incredible $100 million donation to help fix one of the nation's worst public school systems, that of newark, new jersey's largest city whose mayor is playing a central role in this extraordinary effort. >> $100 million? >> before we hear from all three men, christy, booker and zuck
're looking at a live view of cape may, new jersey. if you've ever been there, you know it is a great vacation spot. i'm being told this is montauk. we're switching between location from cape may to montauk. you can see the waves off new jersey's coast. it is about 11 feet right now. montauk, you're starting to increase there as well. about eight feet. still weakening. my colleague, doug kammerer, he is standing by in ocean city. there is our sky and we will talk more about the track of the system and what's happening with radar. >> got here about 12:30, 1:00, looking at the owing, it was amazing. the wave acthat you saw here. and right now still, a very angry sea. but much calmer right now than it was a little earlier. take a look at some of these waves. around ten feet. nobody out there on the water right now. that's because the beach patrol has shut down the beaches. you're allowed on the beach but you're not allowed in the ocean. the life guards are out. they're out in full forceful they'll be out during the day until 5:30 and then they'll have patrols overnight and then out tomorrow durin
of the nation's worst public school systems, that of newark, new jersey's largest city whose mayor is playing a central role in this extraordinary effort. >> $100 million? >> before we hear from all three men, christy, booker and zuckerberg, and before kimberly talks live in our studio with the fill's producer, hi, kim kimberly hi. >> here is shannon bream with the big picture. >> either the kids are getting stupider every year or something is wrong in the education system. >> shannon: the man behind the ex-ploy suv education documentary waiting for superman says it is the latter. david's movie about the u.s. public school system will hit theaters. it follows students and their families on their uphill battle to secure good education in a system gugenheim labels broken. d.c. public school chancellor michelle reid laided by some for her innovative ideas features prominently in the documentary and says it is time the country got a good look at what is really happening. >> if you look at what has happened in american public education over the last 20 years we gone from number one in a lot of dif
pod. >>> rutgers tried to teach new jersey manners. >>> and lindsay lohan is back. she tried t sell some pictures that she was wearing when they took it, her ankle bracelet. the court ordered one. danella joins us to dish the dirt on the entertainment world. lohan is a regular on our segment, rit? >> she's under contract. let's start with the esident. what's on his ipod, we were talking about trying to figure it out. >> classics like stee wonder. but bob dylan and the rolling stones, that was a little surprising for me. >> all right. >> he says his aide is helping him. all of his aides are helping him, but his personal aide has helped him boost up his rap repeoire, including music from li'l wayne and nod. i'm surprised. >> interesting. >> his daughters are getting old enough, that they can share music. overall, president obama says he has 2,000 songs on his ipod. >> he's got to have will i am on there. >> i know. i can imagine him listening before he gets on the basketball court. >> we know the first lady has a veryclectic selection on her ipod too. >> the daughters will keep him cool. >> i have
winfrey is recommending that she had to new jersey's troubled school district. she was called a warrior woman. there is no reaction. >> bob macdonald says there will be no confederate history month in virginia next year. instead, it will mark civil war month. there were apologies for making no mention of slavery. >> the summer of 2010 is now history. it may be remembered as one of the worst ever. the weather channel said so. despite dozens of the 90 plus degree days, we've got thunderstorms with winds as high as 90 mi. per hour. it knocked out power to 300,000 people and three other storms were damaging. >> thank you for reminding us. >> a young bicyclist killed in a hit and run for. >> we have some relief rolling in this weekend. we will have a look ahead. >> trent williams was being watched very closely today at practice and i have the latest. donovan mcmann says the skins may be favored against the rams, donovan mcmann says the skins may be favored against the rams, but this may right here in this neighborhood, i grew up learning strong families and hard work means opportunity. and t
hurricane status. >> so, ron, up further north from where you are, new jersey has ordered swimmers out of the water, are you seeing anybody who's daring to get near the ocean right now. >> reporter: no and thank goodnessa people -- i don't see any of the flags, but there still should be no swimming, red flag territory, just to my north over here, there are a few folks sticking their feet into the water, but hopefully they don't have the sense to try to tempt these waves out here. the rip tides are probably still pretty strong at this hour. we're getting wind gusts at 15, 20 miles an hour. >> the waves still look pretty big out there. and we're going to get a report from new jersey along the shoreline there momentarilmoment earl is making its way up the east coast. beachgoers seem to be keeping this all in perspective. you can see the surfers are taking advantage of some of those huge waves. >> i don't fear it. i -- you know, we're on vacation here and we haven't been on one for, this is our third year, so we're glad to be here and hopefully we won't miss too much of it. >> ocean city,
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